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[texts]A Compleat Translation of the Memorial of the Jesuit Father John Baptist Girard, Rector of the Royal Seminary of the Chaplains of the Navy, in the City of Toulon, against Mary Catherine Cadière - unknown. publication info: London: Printed for J. Millan, 1732.
The case between Catherine Cadière and her spiritual director, Jean-Baptiste Girard, was a famous and closely-followed scandal of its time. She accused him of seduction, "spiritual incest" (that is, introducing sex into a religious relationship of power), witchcraft, and heresy. The case was so notorious that the Crown intervened, ordering the Parlement of Aix to try the complaint. Of course, the case and trial were titillating...
Keywords: spiritual incest; Jesuits; Jansenism
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[texts]A Compleat Translation of the Whole Case of Mary Catherine Cadière, Against the Jesuit Father John Baptist Girard, in a Memorial, Presented to the Parliament of Aix. - author unknown. Publication info - London: Printed for J. Millan, 1732.
The case between Catherine Cadière and her spiritual director, Jean-Baptiste Girard, was a famous and closely-followed scandal of its time. She accused him of seduction, "spiritual incest" (that is, introducing sex into a religious relationship of power), witchcraft, and heresy. The case was so notorious that the Crown intervened, ordering the Parlement of Aix to try the complaint. Of course, the case and trial were titillating...
Keywords: Cadiere; Girard; spiritual incest; Jesuits; Jansenists
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